Manchester United star forward, Bruno Fernandes, has been involved in a car crash while on his way to training on Monday, ahead of Tuesday’s game with Liverpool.
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The Portuguese midfielder and former Sportin Lisbon player came out of the crash without a scratch on his body, while his Porsche took a bit of a damage at the front side. The incident happened on Monday morning, near the Manchester United’s Carrington training base.
Pictures from the scene show the vehicle – worth £90,000 – damaged on the driver’s side, with two cars visibly battered down a narrow road, and the occupants of those cars are also believed that they came out unscathed.
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United interim manager Ralf Rangnick has given an update on Fernandes’ condition in his pre-match press conference this afternoon, adding that he will going to Anfield for the Liverpool game. He told reporters:
“Yes, he was in training with the team. “Obviously the accident happened on the way to Carrington [United’s training base]. As far as I know, no one was injured. “He trained with the team and he was okay, and that’s why I think he will also be okay for [the game].”